He has always shown himself as the strong man, the emotionless man flying the flag for macho behaviours, and not being a macho à la Silvio Berlusconi, even though the two are friends. Whereas Berlusconi spent his premiership fighting corruption allegations as well as accusations of frolicking with prostitutes, Putin …Read More »
He has always shown himself as the strong man, the emotionless man flying the fl...
The controversy: vaccine. Whether Mark Zuckerberg knew that this topic was a con...
After six months on the run, Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin Guzman, known as El Ch...
The sixth in line to the Spanish throne, Princess Cristina, was accused in 2014 ...
The controversy: vaccine. Whether Mark Zuckerberg knew that this topic was a controversial topic that would make a lot of ink flow or not, only he knows. What is sure, however, is that in February last year, long before the birth of his daughter Max, Zuckerberg posted this on his …Read More »
After six months on the run, Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin Guzman, known as El Chapo, was captured on Friday by Mexican forces aided by their US counterparts. The operation, of its code name “Operation Black Swan” had been monitoring the house in which the fugitive was hiding out in for …Read More »
The sixth in line to the Spanish throne, Princess Cristina, was accused in 2014 of tax fraud alongside her husband, the Olympic medalist Inaki Urdangarin. The princess, who denied any knowledge of the huge corruption case to the tune of $6.5 million, told magistrates today that she trusted her husband. …Read More »
An explosion in the heart of Istanbul’s historic Sultanahmet tourist district killed at least 10 people and wounded 15 on Tuesday and some local media reports said a suicide bomber may have been responsible. Several bodies lay on the ground in the Sultanahmet square, close to the Blue Mosque and Hagia …Read More »
Militants attacked a shopping mall in eastern Baghdad on Monday, killing at least 17 people and injuring 40 more. A gun battle lasted almost two hours, and officials were nervous a hostage situation was ensuing. But when the fight came to a close, officials said that most of the deaths …Read More »
WASHINGTON — Back in 1995, a federal grand jury in San Diego charged a little-known Mexican drug trafficker named Joaquín Guzmán Loera and 22 underlings with creating a cocaine ring that stretched from Southern California to New Jersey. Over the next two decades, as Mr. Guzmán’s infamy grew, he became …Read More »
Wheaties may be the breakfast of champions, but cereal is no longer the champion of breakfast. Though cold cereal is still the most popular breakfast item, sales are on a downward trend. U.S. cereal sales fell about 2 percent last year, according to Neilsen Analytics. Meanwhile sales of less traditional …Read More »
Most antibiotics, drugs that are vital for human health to fight bacterial disease, are not being used in humans. Instead, they’re being sold to animal producers. More than 70% of antibiotics sold in the U.S. are for food production animals, according to the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future. …Read More »
We all know the old saying, “Third times the charm.” Well, lets hope that for the Mexican authorities, that’s true. Following his almost immediate escape from what the Mexican Government coined their “highest security prison,” the drug lord, nicknamed “The Last Godfather” made numerous headlines with his cartel bragging about the …Read More »